Richard Merle Farney Jr., 63, died June 19, 2014 in Hutchinson, Ks., from Agent Orange. He was born Oct 13, 1950 to Richard Merle Farney (died 1999) and Margie LeaFarney (died 2014). Richard devoted himself to be the best caregiver of aging parents. He served his country with military service in the United States Army as a sergeant, spending 14 months in Vietnam. Richard loved nature and was passionate about plants and flowers, making it fitting that he chose landscaping as his profession. Clearly, he touched many people and has left his footprint. Richard was preceded in death by: his father, Richard Merle Farney, and his sister, Lynne Chappell. He is survived his brother, Rudy Farney (Diane) of Hutchinson, Kan.; and sisters, Kay Root (Jon) of Bainbridge Island, Wash., Anne Farney of Phoenix, Ariz., and Beth Roe (Jim) of Yuma, Ariz. Funeral service June 23, 2014, at Elliott Mortuary, Hutchinson, with burial in Penwell-Gabel Cemetery and Mausoleum, Hutchinson, with military honors conducted by Fort Riley Honor Guard.
Thomas C. Feezor, 66, died May 27, 2016 at Hospice House from Agent Orange. He was born February 3, 1950 in LaCrosse, the son of George W. and Karen Pedersen Feezor. He was a graduate of Hutchinson High School class of 68 and had attended Hutchinson Junior College. He had been employed in the inside sales department for Superior Boiler Works and had formerly worked for Westlake Hardware, South Main location and was an Engineer for Cessna/Eaton. He was a United States Army Veteran of the Vietnam War, serving in the 101st Airborne Division, and had received the Bronze Star. He married Joyce Feezor, June 15, 2001 in Hutchinson; she died September 23, 2015. Survivors include two brothers; George D. Feezor (Linda), Albuquerque, NM, Kenneth L. Feezor (Marsha), Jacksonville, FL, two sisters; Marilyn J. Fenton, Little Rock, AR, Judith L. Bartlett (Lesley), Topeka, KS, sister-in-law, Dollie Feezor, Hutchinson. The family would like to extend a special thanks to Steve Brown, for all his assistance, prayers, and visits. Cremation took place and an inurnment followed in Fairlawn Burial Park. The Ft. Riley Honor Guard conducted military Honors.
Sandra Flenoid Thompson, 18, died March 12, 1969 in Tulsa from childbirth complications. She was born 1950 to Hosey (died 1995) & Bobbie Jean Flenoid (died 2019); She is survied by her husband Jerry Thompson and daughter Sheila of the home. Burial at Crown Hill Cemetery, Tulsa, OK.